’06 International CE200 VT365 engine, 158,000 miles
Currently in Denver area, but moving to Wisconsin in ~1 month if that helps with delivery.
Handicap door (mid-bus), 33 foot long (22 feet inside length to back of driver’s seat) Seats removed except as shown in pics for dining area (2 original benches, one flipped backwards). 4 passenger seat belts, seats include 5 point child harnesses (x4).
Flooring removed and replaced with 1″ Foamular, 3/8″ subfloor + LVP flooring. Flooring has separated at seams in some places due to expansion/contraction, but is not movable and doesn’t lift up. Original seat rails are intact under floor.
Frame and flooring had rust when I bought it; frame and important parts have been remedied with POR-15 and lots of Rustoleum undercarriage on the rest.
Engine has new injectors, water pump, idler pulleys, and coolant reservoir. Fresh oil change. Front tires recent. Rear tires will need replacement at some time.
Working sink and shower. Includes 120V refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, upright A/C unit, and Nature’s Head composting toilet.
Includes on-demand water pump with 30 gal tank and bilge waste pump with 30 gal tank, both located under bed (future upgrade could be moving waste task underneath and eliminating bilge pump).
Electrical is shore-power ready, but I have removed my Goal Zero Yeti so on-the-go 120V power is only when engine is running (via inverter). Also, currently only a 12V car battery for the in-house accessories. Add a battery charger and you are ready to go! Or add a Yeti and everything is plug-n-play!
Sleeping arrangements are 2 x double (bunk arrangement) and 2 x single (bunk arrangement) – sleeps 6!. Bed frames can be disassembled as needed. No mattresses included.
Misc: Back-up camera installed. Front door lock. Air suspension (rear) and air driver’s seat. Tow hitch installed, but no wiring – not recommended for heavy trailer loads. Roof rails available for additional load.
Original roof A/C removed, leak-proof patched but not ‘pretty’ finished on inside (see photos). Outside decals are all vinyl, so can be easily removed.
Bathroom sliding door needs work.
Sorry for the limited outside photos – it is currently parked in an awkward location. I can get more photos as we go.